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    Friday 25 September 2020

  • Construction begins on new aquatic, arts centre
    Construction of the Batemans Bay Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre has officially begun, with a sod-turning ceremony marking the occasion on Friday 25 September 2020.

  • Tuesday 22 September 2020

  • Work begins on Potato Point Sewerage Scheme
    Work is set to soon begin on the construction of new sewerage infrastructure that will service the community of Potato Point.

  • Monday 21 September 2020

  • New Job Shop opens in Moruya
    Young job seekers in Eurobodalla have a new place to go for information and advice on finding local employment.

  • Friday 18 September 2020

  • EOIs sought for lease of Batemans Bay Community Centre
    Eurobodalla Council is seeking expressions of interest from organisations interested in leasing the Batemans Bay Community Centre for community purposes.

  • Wednesday 16 September 2020

  • Try the Eurobodalla Community Directory
    Council’s community directory now lists almost 900 services, groups and organisations from across the shire.

  • Monday 14 September 2020

  • Wheels turn on Mogo Adventure Trails Hub
    A draft masterplan outlining how the Mogo region can be transformed into a world-class destination for mountain biking is currently on display for public comment.

  • Monday 14 September 2020

  • Get Ready with family, friends and neighbours
    Council is encouraging the community to use the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Get Ready Weekend to prepare for the bushfire season and start a broader conversation about being aware of and prepared for all hazards.

  • Thursday 10 September 2020

  • Work to improve Tomakin Road
    Council is improving road safety, drainage and property access on a 1.4-kilometre section of Tomakin Road, east of Dunns Creek Road.

  • Wednesday 9 September 2020

  • Library grounds for green wisdom
    Work has begun on a new water-wise and wildlife-friendly garden outside the Moruya Library.

  • Wednesday 9 September 2020

  • Healthy communities, recovery and Seniors Week grants available
    Council is offering community groups up to $2,000 funding to run activities that improve health and support recovery in the community.

  • Monday 7 September 2020

  • Help stop illegal trade of prohibited water weeds
    Residents with information about the trade of invasive plants and water weeds can now report it with confidence to Crime Stoppers.

  • Thursday 3 September 2020

  • Bushfire recommendations mixed, but who pays
    The NSW Government must stump up funding to back its bushfire inquiry recommendations. That’s the message from Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes following release of the inquiry's 76 recommendations.

  • Thursday 3 September 2020

  • September 7 is National Threatened Species Day
    Council will host a range of activities during September – including a greater glider spotlighting adventure – to celebrate National Threatened Species Day.

  • Thursday 3 September 2020

  • Workshop to rethink your organic waste
    Council will host an online workshop during National Organics Week for residents to explore options to reuse their organic waste.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2020

  • On-site sewage system inspections resume
    Our routine on-site sewage management system inspection program has resumed following the extensive support provided to bushfire-affected properties.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2020

  • Traineeships and apprenticeship, applications open for 2021
    Applications are open for Eurobodalla Council’s annual trainee and apprenticeship intake, with 11 positions on offer for 2021.

  • Monday 31 August 2020

  • School and education grants available
    Schools and not-for-profit groups can apply for funding to help reward students for their achievements.

  • Monday 31 August 2020

  • Free Household Chemical Cleanout this weekend
    Safely rid your home of unwanted pesticides, batteries, paints, varnishes and more this weekend at our annual Household Chemical Cleanout.

  • Tuesday 25 August 2020

  • Members sought for coastal management advisory committee
    We're calling for expressions of interest from people interested in representing the community on our Coast and Environment Management Advisory Committee.

  • Tuesday 25 August 2020

  • Grants available to help businesses, communities thrive
    Small to medium-sized businesses impacted by the summer bushfires can now apply for grants of up to $5,000 to help with business development. Grants of up to $10,000 are also available for community associations and business chambers for projects and events that help re-invigorate local communities.

  • Friday 21 August 2020

  • Safer cycling on Beach Road
    Council has started work on four kilometres of on-road cycling amenity along Beach Road between Batehaven and Surf Beach.

  • Thursday 20 August 2020

  • Join online ‘Fight for Planet A’ Q&A
    Council will host an online panel discussion on the issues raised in ABC TV’s three-part series 'Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge' next week.

  • Wednesday 19 August 2020

  • Improving pedestrian safety on Ford Street
    A section of Moruya’s Ford Street, between Queen Street and Church Street, will be closed from Monday 24 to Friday 28 August while we undertake work to improve pedestrian safety.

  • Tuesday 18 August 2020

  • NAIDOC Week grants now open
    Not-for-profit groups and organisations can now apply for grants of up to $500 from Council to help with hosting activities that celebrate NAIDOC Week this year.

  • Monday 17 August 2020

  • ADCO to build Batemans Bay Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre
    Work will start next month on Batemans Bay’s new aquatic, arts and leisure centre after Eurobodalla Council awarded a $58 million contract for its construction to ADCO Constructions.

  • Thursday 13 August 2020

  • Take an Interactive Deep Blue Walk in Narooma for Science Week
    From 17 August to 23 August, a unique interactive multimedia walk along the spectacular Narooma waterfront will be set up for National Science Week next week. Residents and visitors can take a glorious stroll and learn how technology is helping to manage, protect and enjoy the local marine environment.

  • Beach clean ups are great, logging it too is even better
    With marine debris washing up on local beaches Eurobodalla Council is reminding residents to log their finds on Tangaroa Blue’s national database. The Australian Marine Debris database app is easy to use and helps track where waste is coming from, with the aim to try and stop it from the source.

  • What’s your town care factor?
    Data consultant Place Score will survey Moruya, Narooma, Bodalla and Tilba residents over the coming weeks to find out how they feel about their town or village. Funded by NSW Government, this Council project is a first step in understanding community values that can be used to prioritise future town planning and investment for the whole shire.

  • Progress on biodiversity regs for bushfire rebuilds
    Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes last week publicly called on the NSW Government to switch off the biodiversity legislation for those rebuilding after the fires, citing unnecessary delays, cost and stress. Mayor Innes says the NSW Government has responded swiftly, but there’s more to be done.

  • Wednesday 12 August 2020

  • Free workshop for supervisors of learner drivers
    Council will host a free online workshop to help parents and carers guide their learners to become safer drivers.